Daily Archives: February 11, 2021

Takoma Residents Complain of Damages to Homes Due to Construction

Homeowners in Takoma Park believe Pepco construction could be damaging their homes.  For more than two years, Takoma Park resident Charlotte Schoeneman has watched her 90-year-old home slowly fall apart.  First, it started with gas line issues. Then the cracks started to show outside and inside of her home.  “Every day, every week, noticing new cracks. Lying on the sofa,…

All Residents, Staff Fully Vaccinated at Military Retirement Community in Virginia

They served and protected our country and now they are getting protected from COVID-19.  Residents of Falcon’s Landing, a military retirement community, have received their second dose of the vaccine. It was one of the first places to have an outbreak.  With residents and staff fully vaccinated, thee retirement community will scale back some restrictions on March 1. Jerry Schumacher,…

DC Health to Launch New Program to Build Trust in Vaccine

The D.C. Health Department is starting a new program to use faith-based groups to build trust in the vaccine. The program is called “Faith in Vaccines,†and churches like Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church are doing their part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The church has set up a small shipping container outside where senior citizens can receive their…

People Who Don’t Meet Montgomery County Vaccine Standards Cause Long Lines at Clinics

People with appointments were turned away from a vaccination clinic in Montgomery County, Maryland, Thursday. The line of people waiting in the cold stretched for blocks at Richard Montgomery High School. The county was only serving people 75 and older. Teachers who are eligible by state standards for vaccination were told they don’t qualify by county standards and were sent…